Pyrostegia venusta also known as orange trumpet or flame trumpet. This plant is originally from South America, especially Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina.
As the name Pyro suggests, this is characteristic of the very bright orange inflorescences that grow up to 7 cm.
The Pyrostegia venusta is a very strong bloom that blooms when most other plants do not bloom anymore.
The flame trumpet flourishes depending on the temperature from late autumn to March.
It's a great plant is really recommended for setting a mood in a winter garden, or giving your conservatory some color in winter.
This climbing plant can comfortably cover a whole wall in your conservatory, if it gets too big, it can just be pruned.
The leaf is fresh green in color, oval and up to 8 cm, grows quite close, making this climber ideal for masking a wall and the like.
From the Pyrostegia, medicinal substances are recovered from cough, diarrhea, colds, fever, etc.
The Pyrostegia Venusta is ever-enduring and year-round
The plant requires moderate water and a little nutrition every three weeks.
Overwintering must take place above the freezing point.
Winter hardness zone 11 (+ 5ºC).